Experimental Study of EMG 8-electrode Active Circuit Placement on Forearm for Gesture Detection
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2020 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Authors : Ivan Krechetov, Arkady Skvortsov, Ivan Poselsky
|DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I9P210|
MLA Style: Ivan Krechetov, Arkady Skvortsov, Ivan Poselsky "Experimental Study of EMG 8-electrode Active Circuit Placement on Forearm for Gesture Detection" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.9(2020):57-63.
APA Style:Ivan Krechetov, Arkady Skvortsov, Ivan Poselsky. Experimental Study of EMG 8-electrode Active Circuit Placement on Forearm for Gesture Detection International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(9),57-63.
This paper presents the results of experimental studies of developed active digital electrodes for surface electromyogram. Two layouts of 8 electrodes on the forearms of the test subjects have been investigated. Factors affecting the quality of the gesture recognition system by electromyogram have been considered. It has been demonstrated that the ring layout of electrodes around the forearm can be used in the manufacture of universal prosthetic sockets of upper-limb prostheses and makes it possible to achieve high accuracy of gesture detection. Recommendations on the use of specific motor gestures (up to 8 pcs.) to control different operation modes of the bionic prosthesis have been provided. The developed three-pin active electrodes operate according to the bipolar circuit and make it possible to use them without the necessity of the skin cover pre-treatment.
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electromyogram (EMG), pattern recognition, bionic hand control, electromyography, biosignal amplifier.